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Biblioteket i nuet

August 26th, 2009 af Søren Madsen

Det er det tætteste jeg kan komme på en oversættelse af real-time library.

Steven Bell definerer begrebet real-time library på ACRLs blog The Real-Time Library. De er en tankevækkende post om de udfordringer bibliotekerne står overfor. han opstiller disse 8 karekteristika for et sådan bibliotek:

  1. The real-time library is socially networked but it’s about more than just owning social network accounts; the real-time library has an active presence and shares information in real time.
  2. The real-time library updates its status regularly.
  3. The real-time library offers targeted services to the networked community.
  4. The real-time library is accessible on real-time communication devices.
  5. The real-time library is ready and waiting – all the time – to deliver information services.
  6. The real-time library monitors the multitude of emerging real-time web services and experiments to find those with the potential to enhance service in real-time mode.
  7. The real-time library designs information services specifically for delivery and use on the real-time web.
  8. Real-time librarians are adept at creating relationships with real-time library users.

Real-time library er altså biblioteker der fungerer i nuet. De er til stede hvorbrugerne er, de bruger deres værktøjer, de kan tilpasse sig, de er klar, de samarbejder m.m. Med andre ord: de udviser rettidig omhu.

Er der så nogle danske biblioteker, der lever op til disse krav? Nej, overhovedet ikke, ikke engang tæt på…

Via David Lee King Real-Time Libraries

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